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On the heels of 2011's popular LETTERS TO A NEW SCHOOL TEACHER, comes Volume 2. This time the U.S. Teachers of the Year from 2012-2013 have contributed their single best piece of advice for a new school teacher peppered with quotes about teachers and education by famous figures throughout history. Volume 2 joins Volume 1 as a perfect gift for an exceptional end-of-semester gift for a student teacher or a graduating education major, an aspiring teacher, a teacher new to the classroom, or a veteran teacher taking on a new grade or wanting to hone his or her skills. Inspiring. Informative. Volume I was called ideal for "any rookie teacher who wants to go that extra mile" by Midwest Book Review, and "a strong pick for teacher's reference and studies collections."
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In 2011, U.S. Teachers of the Year from each state contributed to a little book of advice that came to spotlight the dedication, creativity, and passion American teachers bring to their work.In this sequel to Letters to a New School Teacher: Advice from America's Best Educators, the new crop of Teachers of the Year for 2012-2013 from across the United States share their single best piece of advice for a new school teacher. Volume I was called “a collection of practical advice and wisdom” . . . “for any rookie teacher who wants to go that extra mile” by Midwest Book Review's Education Shelf. Volume II promises to deliver all that and more for teachers who aspire to be the best they can be in the classroom — and to those who believe in their good work.About the Author:
2012 - 2013 Teachers of the Year from throughout the United States contributed to Volume 2 in this series, including Gay Barnes, Horizon Elementary, Madison, Alabama; Cara Heitz, Cordova Jr./Sr. High, Cordova, Alaska; Lita Marie Timoteo, American Samoa Dept. of Education, Pago Pago, American Samoa; Kristie Martorelli, Thompson Ranch Elementary, El Mirage, Arizona; Kim Wilson, Monticello High, Monticello, Arkansas; Rebecca Lynn Mieliwocki, Luther Burbank Middle, Burbank, California; Kristin Donley, Monarch High, Louisville, Colorado; David Bosso, Berlin High, Berlin, Connecticut; Amber Augustus, John Bassett Moore Intermediate, Smyrna, Delaware; Angela Wilson, Vicenza Middle, Dept. of Defense Education, Italy; Alvin Aureliano Davis, Miramar High, Miramar, Florida; Jadun McCarthy, Northeast High, Macon, Georgia; Chad Miller, Kailua High, Kailua, Hawaii; Erin Lenz, Winton Elementary, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; Josh Stumpenhorst, Lincoln Junior High, Naperville, Illinois; Melanie Park, Riverview Middle, Huntington, Indiana; Charity Campbell, Norwalk Middle, Norwalk, Iowa; Tiffany Richard, Olathe East High, Olathe, Kansas; Kimberly Shearer, Boone County High, Florence, Kentucky; April Jessup Giddens, Natchitoches Magnet, Natchitoches, Louisiana; Alana Margeson, Caribou High, Caribou, Maine; Joshua Parker, Windsor Mill Middle, Baltimore, Maryland; Adam Gray, Boston Latin, Boston, Massachusetts; Paul Galbenski, Oakland Schools Technical Campus Southeast, Royal Oak, Michigan; Katy Smith, Early Childhood Family Education at Goodview, Winona, Minnesota; Birdette Hughey, Greenwood High, Greenwood, Mississippi; Kristen Merrell, Lee's Summit Elementary, Lee's Summit, Missouri; Thomas Pedersen, Capital High, Helena, Montana; Luisa Palomo Hare, Liberty Elementary, Omaha, Nebraska; Deanna LeBlanc, East Valley Elementary, Fernley, Nevada; Bethany Bernasconi, Windham High, Windham, New Hampshire; Jeanne DelColle, Burlington County Institute of Technology, Westampton, New Jersey; MaryBeth Britton, Pecos High, Pecos, New Mexico; Kathleen Ferguson, Jessie T. Zoller Elementary, Schenectady, New York; Tyronna Hooker, Graham Middle, Graham, North Carolina; Brenda Werner, Bismarck High, Bismarck, North Dakota; Timothy Dove, Phoenix Middle, Worthington, Ohio; Kristin Shelby, Sallie Gillentine Elementary, Hollis, Oklahoma; Elena Garcia-Valasco, SEIS at Roosevelt Campus, Portland, Oregon; Tricia Miller, Penns Valley Jr./Sr. High, Spring Mills, Pennsylvania; Julie Lima Boyle, Coventry High, Coventry, Rhode Island; Patti Tate, Northwestern High, Rock Hill, South Carolina; Patrick Moller, Mitchell Middle, Mitchell, South Dakota; Byron Booker, Knox Central High, Knoxville, Tennessee; Karen Morman, J.W. Webb Elementary, McKinney, Texas; Leigh VandenAkker, East High, Salt Lake City, Utah; Tong Chen, Leland & Gray Union Middle and High School, Townshend, Vermont; Nneka Howard-Sibilly, Charlotte Amalie High, Virgin Islands; Margaret Smith, Paul Laurence Dunbar Middle, Lynchburg, Virginia; Mark Ray, Skyview High, Vancouver, Washington; Robert Morris, Clay County High, Clay, West Virginia; Bradley Markhardt, Black Rivers Fall High, Black River Falls, Wisconsin; and Herbert Daly, Campbell County High, Gillette, Wyoming.
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